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Twilight Markets set to dazzle Springfield

Springfield's Lisa and Tony Power enjoy a coffee with their son Mackenzie, 7, at Robelle parklands (inset) Stalls featured at the Twilight Markets.
Springfield's Lisa and Tony Power enjoy a coffee with their son Mackenzie, 7, at Robelle parklands (inset) Stalls featured at the Twilight Markets.

ROBELLE Parklands in Springfield Central is having its Twilight Market at the Parklands next Friday.

There will be plenty of great stalls normally seen at the Saturday Markets, which feature freshly harvested and home-made produce, arts and crafts and home wares.

Food stalls will offer a sumptuous range of goodies for consumption on site as well as gift buying stalls to cater for all your Christmas buying.

There will also be entertainment with a special appearance by Santa between 6pm and 8pm plus rides for the kids and great Christmas music.

Robelle Coffee Shop will also be open for dinner and is liquor licensed.

Residents are encouraged to come along and bring the family for a wonderful time.

The Robelle Twilight Markets will run on Friday, December 16, from 5pm to 9pm at Robelle Parklands, Springfield Central.

For more information contact 0418 886400 or eat@robelle.com.au


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